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The Town of Rehoboth was founded in 1745 and is located in Bristol County.

Those who visit should stop at the Kingsley House which was built in 1680 and will continue to be a part of the community. There are many other colonial and federal houses which are preserved throughout the community of Rehoboth.

You may also enjoy a visit to the historic Carpenter Museum which contains various exhibits.

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Making It Happen: Profitability and Success (Southeast MA)
Making It Happen: Profitability and Success will help small farmers build sound financial systems and use those systems to make business decisions. Farmers will learn about effective financial management tools and how and when to use them to improve their farm business. The workshop will help farmers: improve productivity, reduce costs, increase net farm income, and improve overall quality of life. Participants may also sign up for one-on-one financial plannng assistance (see Ask the Experts below). Lunch will be provided!   Schedule: 9:30 AM - 12 PM: Join Carolyn Huff from Farm Credit East to learn about basic farm accounting, the three financial statements, and record keeping with regard to tax preparation. 12 - 1 PM: Lunch 1 - 5 PM: Benneth Phelps and Noelle Fogg lead Making It Happen, and afternoon of interactive financial management skill building.  5 - 9 PM: Ask the Experts (see below for more info).   Afternoon Workshop Prerequisite: Participants should have an understanding of basic farm accounting and three financial statements: the cash flow statement, profit and loss statement, and balance sheet. These topics will be covered during the morning session. For extra studying-up, view The Carrot Project’s webinars “Basic Accounting for Farmers I and II at:   Ask the Experts: Ask the Experts is a time to sit down with specialists after the day's workshop to work on financial planning critical to your farm's success. Meet 2-on-1 with workshop presenters Noelle Fogg and Benneth Phelps. Meetings are spent reviewing year end financials, cash flow budgets or business plans, evaluation farm financing options, decision making around financing or other financial management challenges. Send your questions for the session or documents you would like reviewed when you sign up. Sign up with Evie Toland at Sessions will last 30 minutes each. Carolyn E Huff is Financial Service Leader at Farm Credit East. She has 16 years of experience with Farm Credit working with farms. She started as a loan officer ans transitioned to financial services where she now helps clients with everything from setting up accounting software to complex tax situations. She has a degree from UCONN in Agriculture and Resource Economics. Carolyn lives in Pomfret, CT with her husband and son where they raise beef and hay.   Benneth Phelps is Loan and Business Assistance Manager at The Carrot Project, a non-profit offering financing and assistance to both farms and food enterprises in the Northeast. Originally a fruit and vegetable farmer by training, she has a decade of experience farming in New England and has worked with The Carrot Project since 2011. Noelle Fogg is the Farmland Matching Coordinator at New Entry Sustainable Farming Project, a non-profit working with new farmers to build strong businesses, expertise in the field, and a resilient food system. She has worked with New Entry as the Farm Business Planning Course Teaching Assistant and previously worked as the Technical Assistance Coordinator at Julia Shanks Food Consulting where she provided clients with business planning and financial analysis tools. *General workshop questions and inquiries: ** For more info on Making It Happen:  

When: Dec 7, 2015 9 AM in Rehoboth, Massachusetts (Mon, 07 Dec 2015 09 )

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